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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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George Kinnison a hobbyist user from Coldwater, Ohio, USA writes:
I have an old DPM-48 I bought new in the 80's I've used it in my home studio, and have always loved the sounds it's given me. I am currently searching for a users manual. Lost it in a recent move, and want to use it to the fullest potential. Anyone information to steer me in the right direction, would greatly appreciated. You can reach me here or at dsgeo@hotmail.com.

Thanx

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-20-2005 at 13:42
Pago a professional user from Usa writes:
I use it in my band. i luv it and will never part with it. Some Jackass at radioshack saw it when i brought it in to match some plugs in the back and he told me to leave it and they would use it as a paperwieght. I thank my brotherinlaws pop for giving me this unit. Hats off to you!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-27-2004 at 22:06
steve from england writes:
Hello just picked up an old dpm-48 drum machine which also has the sequencer card in the front.The sounds are pure old school and would be great for house music if mixed with usual 808/909 ish sounds.I really need a manual for this machine so if anyone has a copy they could photo copy for me(I will pay for it) that would be great. I cannot get the sequencer to work,I have tried to figure it out but i cannot erase any patterns that are in the machine.

Rerally need to get this figured out because I want to use it in some of my tracks and do not just want to sample it. please email me at steve@sneakyalien.com

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-13-2004 at 07:31
steve from england writes:
Hello just picked up an old dpm-48 drum machine which also has the sequencer card in the front.The sounds are pure old school and would be great for house music if mixed with usual 808/909 ish sounds.I really need a manual for this machine so if anyone has a copy they could photo copy for me(I will pay for it) that would be great. I cannot get the sequencer to work,I have tried to figure it out but i cannot erase any patterns that are in the machine.

Rerally need to get this figured out because I want to use it in some of my tracks and do not just want to sample it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Sep-13-2004 at 07:31
Darren Brown a hobbyist user from United Kingdom writes:
This was released when I was still at school, my father was a semi-profesional musician and also had a retail store selling Hammond Organs. I remember the DPM-48 coming in. £699 was a lot of money, but it was WAY AHEAD of anything else at the time. The voicing sounded 'real' at back then and you could interchange eproms to revoice the instrument. (If anyone has these I am after the binary files for the Hammond website) I still own the one my Father used with his Hammond X5. I used to program it for him in step and real time. Its a great piece of history. pity it came out just before MIDI was established. I rate it 5 for when it first came out..but now, well its still fun, and is great for sampling so its hard to score. By the way, i have the original rhythm pattern charts if anyone needs one.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Sunday-Mar-10-2002 at 21:16
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